Edwin Booth papers
Scope and Contents
Collection consists largely of clippings related to Edwin Booth and other 19th century actors. Booth items include notice of a birthday celebration in Baltimore (1898), and the dedication of a memorial window in a church in New York City (1898). Also included are orbituaries of other actors of the period: Stuart Robson, John Sleeper Clarke and Creston Clarke. A photograph of John Wilkes Booth and a clipping describing Greenmount cemetery, where Booth is buried.
- Creation: 1890-1940
- Booth, Edwin, 1833-1893 (Person)
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Edwin Booth was a prominant actor in the American theater of the 19th century. He was born into a theatrical family in 1833. His father, Junius Brutus, and his brothers, Junius and John Wilkes, were also actors. Edwin Booth died in 1893 and was buried in Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore, MD.
0.5 Cubic Feet (10 items)
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The collection was a gift to The Johns Hopkins University from Charles Morris Howard in 1944.
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- Edwin Booth papers
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- Finding aid written in English
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